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Bruno Xavier was born on 15 August, 1984 in Vitória, Brazil, is a Brazilian beach soccer player. At 36 years old, Bruno Xavier height is 5 ft 10 in (179.0 cm).

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Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 15 August 1984
Birthday 15 August
Birthplace Vitória, Brazil
Nationality Brazil

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Bruno Xavier Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Bruno Xavier worth at the age of 36 years old? Bruno Xavier’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Brazil. We have estimated Bruno Xavier's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Under a new coach (Gilberto Costa) and as captain, Xavier went on to lead Brazil to their first World Cup title in eight years in 2017. In the September, Xavier earned his 100th cap for Brazil; these achievements were part of a 66 match winning streak under his leadership which ended with a loss to Russia in November 2018 in which Xavier was controversially sent off in.

In his home state of Espírito Santo, in Anchieta, Xavier has set up and owns the "Mission Training Center" which he established in order to "integrate young people into society through sport" as well as develop the next generation of Brazilian beach soccer players. The centre also has a focus on developing women's beach soccer. The centre has proved successful in nurturing players such as Gean Pietro and Raphael Silva who have gone on to represent the Brazilian national under-20 beach soccer team in winning the 2017 South American Under-20 Beach Soccer Championship.


Xavier is considered one of the world's best players, having been bestowed the title of Best Player at the 2014 Beach Soccer Stars awards ceremony, and one of the major icons of the current game. He is currently the 9th highest scorer of all time for the Brazilian national team, the highest ranked of any active player.

In May 2014, Xavier scored a goal against Germany in a BSWW Tour event in Mexico considered to be one of the greatest beach soccer goals ever, with calls for a FIFA Puskas Award nomination.

At the inaugural Beach Soccer Stars awards in November 2014, Xavier was crowned the world's best player as voted for by fellow players and managers confirming his status as world beach soccer icon and not just to Brazil. He has subsequently been in the top three nominees for the best player award in 2015, 2017 and 2018; he has so far been voted as part of the team of the year every year since the awards began, the only player to be so.


Xavier is married to Mariângela Antunes who also plays beach soccer having been introduced to the sport through her husband; the couple wed in March 2009 and have two children, Luna and Cauã.


In 2008, aged 24, Xavier finally made his debut for Brazil, now transformed into an outfield player. He was subsequently included in Brazil's provisional squad for the 2011 World Cup, however then coach Alexandre Soares did not pick him for the final 12-man group, an extreme disappointment for Xavier. His dream of playing at the World Cup was ultimately fulfilled by Brazil's successor coach, Junior Negao, who included Xavier (now aged 29) in his final squad for the 2013 World Cup also giving him the number 8 shirt, previously worn by Negao himself. The tournament proved to be highly successful for Xavier as an individual as he claimed the Golden Boot (best player) and Silver Ball (2nd highest scorer) awards, cementing his importance to the Brazilian national team.


Bruno da Silva Xavier, better known simply as Bruno Xavier (born 15 August 1984, Vitória, Espírito Santo, Brazil) is a Brazilian beach soccer player who plays as a defender. He is the captain of the Brazil national team and lead the team to the 2017 World Cup title.